FILE – This file photo provided Oct. 4, 2011, by the Kansas City, Missouri Police Department, shows Lisa Irwin. Police and federal authorities have been searching extensively for Irwin who was 10 months old when her parents reported her missing on Oct. 4, 2011. (AP Photo, Kansas City, Missouri Police Department, File)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Kansas City police said Tuesday that the parents of a missing baby have not sat down face-to-face with investigators since Oct. 8, four days after the couple said someone must have entered their home and taken their baby as the mom and two other children slept.
It’s been 10 days since the couple have answered police questions on “things that we believe only they would know about,” Kansas City police spokesman Steve Young said.
The child’s mother, Deborah Bradley, has given television interviews since then, including at least two in which she said she had been drinking the night Lisa disappeared and may have blacked out.
“Our focus has always been and remains to find this girl,” Young said. “And as I said before, we Login to read more